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Why don’t more people use Debian?

Over the last couple of weeks I’ve caught myself wondering why there are so many “easy-to-use” Debian-based distros.
Read the thouvhts at this blog

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What is user-frienly really?
Is it that anyone can set up their own ftp-server within a couple of clicks, or is it that things work as they should? I choose the latter. When running Ubuntu, sometimes I couldn’t switch users, and in OpenSUSE I couldn’t load the (in)famous Yast when logged in as an ordinary user, when supplying the root-password. What’s really bad is that these are just two examples of the major problems I have had with Ubuntu, SUSE, Fedora etc.. It’s just full of irritating small problems. And yeah, I guess I could dive into config-files and spend hours in the terminal, but..

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